Speaking Truth to Life: Teaching That Sticks – NYWC 2016 Cincinnati

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Most of us know the frustration of walking into a room full of teenagers thinking you have the gift of teaching and walking out an hour later wondering why God didn’t give any of your students the gift of listening. This seminar will explore some of the basic principles of effective and creative teaching. You’ll hear some great ideas to stimulate you with new strategies for communicating the Word of God.

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